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Introducing: Q Timex 1978 Reissue


When it comes to vintage looks at an affordable pricepoint, it’s really hard to argue against the entirety of the Q Timex lineup. These watches just hit all of the right marks for folks looking for the vintage style, with all the benefits of modern manufacturing. While prior Q’s have been sportier, this latest – the Q Timex 1978 Reissue – goes with more of a dressier (or maybe business casual) look.

I’d say that the Q Timex 1978 Reissue is also a win for folks with small wrists, or just plain prefer a smaller watch. You see, not only does this watch capture the look and vibe of the late 70s with it’s creamy dial and large two-tone indices, it embraces case sizing of the era, and comes in at a tidy 35mm. That might be a touch too small for my tastes, but it’s one worth looking for if you’re on the fence.

On the other hand, if you’re ready to go and know 35mm is your personal sweet spot, then you two can grab your own Q Timex 1978 Reissue for just $169. Then, once you get rolling, you’ll have the watch keeping time for years and years to come – and have easy battery changes with the access port on the back when the time comes. Check it out over at timex.com

Tech Specs from Timex

  • 35mm stainless steel case (18mm lugs)
  • Quartz movement
  • Domed acrylic crystal
  • Battery bump on caseback
  • Natural leather strap
  • 50m WR
  • MSRP: $169

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